At the same time, new bus lines will be set up for poorly serviced areas in early December, and a total of nine kilometres of bus lanes, which will greatly help the flow of traffic, will be added by the end of the year. After opening a park & ride car park near the Opatov metro station, other park & ride car parks will open in Braník and Běchovice. The city of Prague is also actively addressing the shortage of bus drivers in Prague, and the question of whether people could drive buses from the age of 19.
In recent years, construction in the outskirts of Prague was in rather sparsely populated areas, which was an enormous burden on bus transport. Contemporary trends in construction involves more dense construction development, and building houses in the empty spaces between existing buildings, where large-scale public transport is already in place or being planned. Therefore, there will be no need to create new bus lines. Instead, bus lines will be primarily strengthened in areas that are now congested, such as in the old Letňany area. The extension of the tram line from Ďáblice will also greatly help to improve the situation in that area. At the same time, Prague counts on metro automation, and also on tram automation, for the future.
Czech Technical University in Prague in cooperation with the Prague Public Transit Co. Inc. is currently developing semi-automatic trams, which prevents collisions and promotes efficient transport. Public transport in suburban areas should also be strengthened with new rail connections in the future.